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Cicaclean

Cicaclean

Regular price 450 SEK
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Cicaclean® is an antibacterial, softening and moisturizing hand spray, with 70% denatured alcohol. Cicaclean contains Aloe Vera and Glycerin which cares, softens and moisturizes the skin so that it maintains its natural moisture balance. Cicaclean leaves hands clean, soft, moisturized and fragrant after use. It also has an aerosol packaging where the alcohol does not evaporate. You can therefore also advantageously use it as a disinfectant spray when going to the toilet, changing nappies in public toilets or in other public environments where you expose your skin to surfaces that are touched by many people. Cicaclean has a small and compact package that is easy to carry in your purse or pocket. Made in Sweden.

Användning

Spray directly on dry and visible clean hands. Recommended spray time is 2-3 seconds. Gently rub over palms, fingers and back of hand until dry. Do not wash off. The spray application makes it easy to use on toilet seats and other areas rich in bacteria.

Ingredienser

Alcohol Denat. (Denatured alcohol, bactericidal)
Dimethyl ether (Propelling gas in aerosol packaging, evaporates upon application)
Glycerin (Moisturizing and emollient)
Aloe vera (Moisturizing and softening)
Vitamin E (Antioxidant)
Perfume (Allergen-free fragrance)

Verkan

Alcohol (70%) is effective against most disease-causing microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria and viruses. The alcohol is denatured.
Aloe vera and glycerin are moisturizing and softening.
Vitamin E protects and repairs.

A Swedish study on 1431 children in Swedish daycare centers concluded that hand- disinfection (70% ethanol) used by children and staff significantly decreased children’s absences due to infections. The absenteeism of a child was reduced by 12% compared to a child in a control daycare center.

Studies have concluded that alcoholic liquids are superior to scrubs in terms of skin compatibility and of efficacy whilst alcoholic gels are in the state of development. The first choice in the hospital today is alcoholic liquid products.

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